Category: Restaurants

5 tips for a perfect weekend in St. Petersburg, Russia

5 tips for a perfect weekend in St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Petersburg, Russia is a romantic destination, especially during the White Nights of May-June, when it never gets completely dark. It’s no wonder this former capital of Russia built by Peter the Great has been nicknamed the “Venice of the North” for its many canals and the beautiful European facades that line its main street, […]

Top 5 things to do in Kos for a luxury romantic stay

Top 5 things to do in Kos for a luxury romantic stay

As one of the most popular holiday destinations in Greece, The Island of Kos became notorious for its beautiful natural sights and beaches, as well as for its sense of hospitality, and ability to cater to even the most discerning travelers. One of the world’s havens for sailing enthusiasts, Kos will definitely spoil you with […]

Interview with Alexander Coles, Owner of Bespoke Yacht Charter

Interview with Alexander Coles, Owner of Bespoke Yacht Charter

Alexander is the Owner and Senior Yacht Charter Broker at Bespoke Yacht Charter, a company he founded in 2014 after 13 years’ experience arranging luxury yacht charters in the south of France, throughout the Mediterranean and worldwide. More than half of his bookings are repeat clients or referrals from existing clients that include ultra high […]

The top 5 Champagne bars in London

The top 5 Champagne bars in London

“My only regret in life is that I did not drink more Champagne,” is a quote attributed to John Maynard Keynes, and one that I can totally get on board with. It’s luscious stuff; sharp, sweet, and synonymous with decadence, Christmas, birthdays and weddings. Happy times. It’s also pretty good if you’re feeling sad, bored […]

Javea El Arenal beach sunrise

Secrets of Spain: Javea the jewel of the Costa Blanca

Regarded by many as the jewel of the Costa Blanca, Jávea is a port town with an exclusive feel, set on a beautiful coastline, yet overlooked by an amazing mountain. Jávea has undeniably embraced tourism, yet in a far more classy way than some other towns on Spain’s famous Costas. Did you know that according […]

Top 5 things to do for a perfect weekend in Vienna

Top 5 things to do for a perfect weekend in Vienna

Vienna is one of Europe’s most exciting capital cities. Even though the Austrian capital is enveloped in a lavish history that still defines Vienna including its legacy of architectural beauty, this city is definitely not trapped in the past. The exciting cultural scene is one of the most eclectic and progressive in the whole of […]

4 amazing luxury travel itineraries to try for yourself

4 amazing luxury travel itineraries to try for yourself

For almost 30 years Elegant Resorts has been crafting luxury travel itineraries, pioneering the way with a focus on personal, private experiences through the expert knowledge of a team of more than 100 travel experts. And the company’s commitment to service has been reflected in a series of top awards, including Best Small Luxury Tour […]

Best DIY bites in Bologna

Best DIY bites in Bologna

Medieval Bologna is home to one of Europe’s best-preserved town centers, full of graceful terracotta porticos, majestic towers and landmark churches. It also has the oldest university in the western world, which almost begs to be explored via a walking tour. However, during a recent girlfriend getaway visit, I was there with just one purpose […]

Special feature: JA Manafaru, Maldives

Special feature: JA Manafaru, Maldives

I don’t make this statement lightly when I say it is difficult to find fault with JA Manafaru. Situated at the northernmost atoll in the Maldives, this luxury island resort is about as close to perfect and as you’re ever likely to find anywhere in the world, and our first glimpse of this idyllic island […]

Three 'brasseries' on the outskirts of Paris

Three ‘brasseries’ on the outskirts of Paris

I already wrote two previous articles advising a few places to have a nice dinner or a nice lunch in Paris. Today I will mention three more. Yet, the difference this time is that they are on the outsirts of Paris. As you may know Paris is encircled by the Boulevard Périphérique. The gates of Paris are the access […]

Short stay: JA Palm Tree Court Hotel, Dubai

Short stay: JA Palm Tree Court Hotel, Dubai

JA Palm Tree Court forms part of the five star JA Jebel Ali Golf Resort complex – the ‘mother’ hotel to the JA Hotels & Resorts brand, and is tucked away in beautifully landscaped gardens. Unlike many Dubai hotels, this one has a relatively low-key feel (by Dubai standards, at least!) with low-rise buildings but […]

11 gorgeous gastronomic experiences in Costa Rica

11 gorgeous gastronomic experiences in Costa Rica

The country with the most diverse flora and fauna also has an amazingly diverse culinary offering. This is in part due to its geography. With two coasts and a lush central valley, there is a huge variety of seafood and tropical produce which adds to the richness of its gastronic offerings. The country’s capital, San […]

7 extraordinary experiences in London

7 extraordinary experiences in London

Back in 1777, Samuel Johnson proclaimed that, “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life.” Almost 250 years on, the quote still rings true. In terms of cultural attractions, top-rate restaurants and unique things to do, there are few places on the planet to rival it. Discover seven of the most […]

5 favorite dishes in Madrid

5 favorite dishes in Madrid

One of my favorite pleasures of Spain is the food. No matter which corner of the country you may find yourself in you can count on one thing, that there is excellent food near by. Whether it’s a small family-run tavern that features homemade cooking to one of the many starred culinary monuments that are […]

5 things to do in Siem Reap once you've explored Angkor Wat

5 things to do in Siem Reap once you’ve explored Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat is the most visited tourist attraction in Cambodia and the splendour of these ancient temple ruins is hard to deny, or be impressed by, despite the burgeoning crowds. You could spend weeks, if not years, exploring Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples which span out over a huge 400 square kilometres but most […]

Glorious grouse: where to taste the first game of the season in Britain

Glorious grouse: where to taste the first game of the season in Britain

For British foodies, the 12th Augusth – or the Glorious Twelfth as it is known – is one of the culinary events of the British calendar. It marks the opening of the new shooting season, starting with one of our favourite native game birds: grouse. Since the first grouse of the season are renowned for being […]

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